Sooke Region Food CHI's purpose is to help all citizens of our coastal region to have access (opportunity, knowledge and resources) to produce, acquire, eat, enjoy and celebrate nutritious local food.
The FLT Society is a charitable not-for-profit organization. Our mission is to enhance farming capacity in the Greater Victoria area by protecting local farmland, protecting eco-sensitive and culturally special areas, producing food for those in need, providing relevant educational opportunities, promoting the economic viability of farmland, and providing community access and public awareness programs. Through our work, the FLT Society liaises with a diverse community: Greater Victoria farming community; Government (municipal, provincial, federal); First Nations; food banks; senior centers; drop-in centers for persons in need in society; non-governmental organizations (NGOs) specializing in stewardship, heritage, agriculture and/or nature conservancy; and academia.
The Food Eco District is a local non-profit that is working to create a vibrant and distinct neighbourhood in Victoria's downtown core. The District is fast becoming a destination for sustainable food, full of amazing eateries and a growing number of edible gardens.

By partnering with the finest restaurants in the district and beyond, FED is planting food, eating local, and growing a movement.
Capital Region Food and Agriculture Initiatives Roundtable (CRFAIR) is the coordinating body of the Good Food Network. The focus of our work is promoting healthy and sustainable food systems in the Capital Region. We are one of the Island Health Food Hubs who sponsors the Food Atlas.
The Port Alberni Shelter Society is a non profit organization that works with people who are homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless.
The Alberni Valley Transition Town Food Group strives to build capacity and awareness about food, food lands, food skills, and food systems through collaborative effort to strengthen Food Security in the Alberni-Clayoquot Region.

Food related projects of Alberni Valley Transition Town Society include:

Farm Directory
Alberni Valley Gleaning Project
Food Hub
At LUSH Valley we work to increase food security in the Comox Valley.
A food secure community is one in which all people have consistent access to healthy, culturally appropriate and where possible local food. We see healthy local food as central to community well-being.
Local organization funded through Island Healths Community Food Action Initiative. We work closely with the regional district to improve local food security in as many ways as possible. We are driven by a strong working group, and many community voluteers.
Based out of Campbell River, BC, our mission is to restore, sustain and protect natural areas and critical habitats, particularly ecological and recreational greenways, for the benefit of our community.